Dark matter: Astrophysical aspects of the problem ( volume 2, in three volumes «Dark energy and dark matter in the Universe»)

Ed. V. Shulga
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This monograph is the second issue of a three-volume edition under the general title "Dark Energy and Dark Matter in the Universe". It concentrates mainly on astrophysical aspects of the dark matter and invisible mass problem including those of gravitational lensing, mass distribution, and chemical abundance in the Universe, physics of compact stars and models of the galactic evolution.
The monograph is intended for science professionals, educators and graduate students, specializing in extragalactic astronomy, cosmology and general relativity.


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